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European FITT Project
From 28 to 30 January, the Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique research centre is hosting its partners in the FITT project for a second working session. Objectives: promote continued discussions between partners, exchange experiences and know-how and identify priority projects.
The goal of Lybero.net, the brand new startup from Inria Nancy – Grand Est, is to make the implementation of corporate data encryption simpler and more accessible.
1984: Inria becomes a shareholder in a first company, SIMULOG. It was the start of a history of company creation which is still going strong today! Today, and over the coming months, Inria is turning the spotlight on 30 years of exciting entrepreneurial ventures. It is an opportunity to remind ourselves that the creation of businesses is one of the areas Inria decided to focus on in its search for economic and societal impact. Interview with Antoine Petit, managing director of Inria and Eric Horlait, Inria’s deputy managing director responsible for transfer and industrial partnerships
In its two years of existence, the InriaTech scheme that began in the Inria Lille - Nord Europe centre has already clocked up numerous successes. Its goal: to facilitate the balance between the results of the research carried out by the Inria project teams and the needs of the businesses. Contracts with SMEs, start-ups but also key accounts in the region - the approach is attracting an increasing number of companies.
In September 2017, the CIRRUS team, made up of the Spirals project team from the Inria Lille - Nord Europe Research Centre and the company Scalair, was awarded the “Joint Lab‑Company Team” label by the Hauts-de-France region. The research team is working on cloud computing in two key areas: elasticity of cloud-based applications and low-carbon cloud infrastructure.
A new startup from one of the Inria Bordeaux - Sud-Ouest project teams is ready to take off. UT4H: Ubiquitous Technology 4 Humans , holds the operating licence for Home-Assist , the flagship project of the Phoenix team. Dedicated to making it possible for elderly people to stay in their own home, this new company confirms the dynamism of “silver technology” in the region.